Monthly Archives: December 2015

The Footprints of Beau Geste

About a month ago I purchased a bound volume of The Mentor magazine.  This large and heavy book (Volume 16) included all twelve monthly issues from February 1928 to January of 1929.  It was a good price on eBay and … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas / Joyeux Noël

Merry Christmas to all and may you have a Happy New Year! I’m sorry for having nothing to post today but holiday well wishes….I’ve just transitioned from a week-long sinus based cold to some horrible form of extraterrestrial / bio-warfare … Continue reading

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Legion Pulp: Sons of the Sword

This story is from Georges Surdez again.  An early story of his that appeared in the September 1st, 1928 issue of Adventure.  It does not center on the Foreign Legion but instead on another of France’s indigenous colonial forces known … Continue reading

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Hodgepodge for November 2015

I could have sworn there were 31 days in November.  Oh well, here are some random internet finds related to the Foreign Legion. 1. Thibaut Corday of the French Foreign Legion Action Figure.  Joe Customs is a website devoted to … Continue reading

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